Boys, I dunno about you, but I am EXHAUSTED. It’s been a damned long week, and for me, at least, it still isn’t over. I’ve got a HUGE pile of work to do over the next three days or so, and next week still looks pretty brutal.
But I can’t really say I’m unhappy about the situation. It’s good to be busy, doing simple, honest, hard work. I enjoy that sort of thing.
What I DON’T enjoy is being ripped off, lied to, and mocked simply for acknowledging that the truth is, well, TRUE.
The nice thing about sticking to what is TRUE, though, is that invariably and inevitably, the truth always wins out. And we saw a perfect example of that this week, when the never-to-be-sufficiently-cursed whorenalists and presstitutes of the professional reporting classes suddenly realised that the “lab origin theory” about the Kung Flu, that they had mocked and derided as a “crazy conspiracy theory” for OVER A YEAR, was in fact anything but.
I have watched with unabashed glee over the past week as mainstream media outlets have positively tripped over themselves trying to memory-hole all of those stories from last year in which they blasted people like you and me for thinking that General Tso’s Chicken Pox was likely a Chinese invention. And not the good kind of Chinese invention, like tea, paper, silk, or gunpowder, either.
Now, there is an alternative version of that theory floating around in corners of teh innarwebz on our side of things, which says that the Wuhanpox is actually a failed American bioweapons attack that backfired spectacularly and massively upon the USA and the rest of the world. You will find quite a lot written about this theory over at The Unz Review.
This version of events does have its merits, I certainly don’t deny that fact. But I am thoroughly unconvinced. The reason why is because I know a little something about the Chinese culture and way of doing things that perhaps Ron Unz and his writers don’t.
You see, I was there in Singapore back in 2003 when the SARS virus made its way from China all over the world. The Chinese reacted back then precisely as they did in 2020. They refused to admit that the virus came from China, and then they refused to admit that it could be transmitted between humans, and then they refused to admit that they had a serious problem getting a handle on the bug.
Furthermore, the fact is that a considerable number of the absolute worst flu epidemics and pandemics of the past 100 years, have in fact emerged in China.
Why is that? Lots of reasons can be posited, but one of them certainly is the fact that Chinese farmers do not obey Western standards of hygiene and animal care. Another is the fact that the Chinese, for all of their much-vaunted “civilised” ways, are actually quite barbaric in certain aspects of their behaviour. And the most important aspect, by far, is the fact that the Chinese cannot and will never allow themselves to admit wrongdoing. Losing “face” in their culture is catastrophic, and they will do virtually anything, including straight-up lying to you, to avoid taking responsibility for their own failures.
It is for this reason that I find the Japanese far more likeable and easy to deal with than the Chinese. When you deal with Japanese people, they will invariably be extremely polite, but extremely hard-nosed, in negotiations – but the moment you sign a contract with them, you KNOW that they will live up to their end of the deal. Their ancient code of honour and dignity means that you can trust them to keep their word.
There are no such guarantees with the Chinese. And there is absolutely no way for you to tell whether a Chinaman will actually give you what you paid for, until you check for yourself.
That is their culture. It works for them. It doesn’t work for me, or for most of the people that I know and care about. And that’s fine. Let them have their way of doing things – I have mine, and it looks nothing like the Chinese approach.
Unfortunately, in 2020 the rest of the world had to learn a very harsh lesson in trusting the Chinese – and it didn’t work out very well. The reality is that you CANNOT trust them to tell you the truth – or at least, you cannot trust their government to do so. And this makes it very likely indeed that the SARS-CoV-2 virus, which plainly and obviously shows signs of being genetically modified from base bat-virus strains, did actually come out of a lab in Wuhan, not from a wet-market where they sold bats and pangolins.
(Which, incidentally, is another aspect of Chinese culture with which I thoroughly and violently disagree.)
Be that as it may, don’t fall for the lies that the whorenalists are trying to sell you. They really did carry water for the CCP over the Kung Flu for all of the last year, and they really do deserve to pay the price for their lies and hypocrisy.
What kind of price, you may ask? Well, that is not fit to print – though rest assured, it involves guillotines and tumbrils. LOTS of tumbrils.
And on such a cheery note, let us turn our thoughts to more pleasant things. Seeing as it is, of course, Friday, that involves enjoying the beauties of the female form. And that, in turn, requires a special lady to close out the week.
So here she is.
Her name is Alexa Breit, age 22, from Kaiserslautern, Germany. She is well known for her modelling work on Instaham, and you can immediately see why many of us instinctively like and trust German quality. I mean, yes, she IS a fake blonde, but the rest of her looks quite real, and I have to say, I thoroughly approve.
Happy Friday, gentlemen. Remember that the time is rapidly approaching when those who sell lies for a living will be exposed and held accountable for their wormtongue ways – and remember that you might just end up doing the accounting. So be ready for it, and do not shy away from your duty when the time comes.